Originally posted by MrDesolate
Originally posted by ProWrestler_Joe
In the world, one can question government, leadership, and God, but dare not question Zionism.
Seriously? I don't think you have to do a whole lot of digging to find not only questioning, but some serious criticism. And some of that criticism will be from Israelis, and Jews in general.
Criticize almost anything, Christianity, atheism, Islam, conservatives, liberals, Australians, the Chicago Bears... there'll be pushback. So if your point is, it's not possible to question or criticize anything and have everyone agree, then yes I agree with that.
There are honest questions. There are questions with no intent to find an answer, but to push an agenda (push-polling, as it were). There's honest criticism meant to stimulate a discussion and seek the truth. And whenever and wherever a discussion occurs, there'll be someone on the other side of it.
So if you're looking to question or criticize anything, especially where there's a significant emotional attachment, then yes you'll get pushback. Anyone afraid of the pushback, I guess, shouldn't "dare" to question.
Michael Scheuer, 22-year veteran ex-CIA, Chief of the Bin Laden Issue Station 1996-1999:
Scheuer: "Why don't we talk about that? Because AIPAC and other influential American Jewish groups are extraordinarily involved in the funding of American political campaigns and have the ability to reach out and make sure that people lose their jobs, or are otherwise hurt, if they dare to criticize Israel."
Scheuer went on to claim that he lost a job with the Jamestown Foundation think tank for saying that then-presidential candidate Barack Obama was "doing what I call the Tel-Aviv Two Step". As a result, he claimed, "the donors to that foundation" ordered that he be terminated. He concluded the discussion of Jewish political influence by saying, "You know, you always talk about the Israel Lobby and its power, but to see it up close and personal aimed right at me was very educational. In fact, it was worth the experience of losing a job."
Honest criticism of Christianity, atheism, Islam, conservatives, liberals, Australians, or the Chicago Bears won't cost anyone a prestigious position. You underestimate the largest criminal syndicate in the history of mankind that is Zionism. To question it is punishable by demotion, termination of job, or death. You and I can criticize Zionism on a civil level at risk of being dubbed anti-semites, but as high-status, political figures we would risk demotion, termination of job, or death, and of that you can be certain. This is no small-time-crook criminal syndicate. What we're up against is a power so organized that an average person can simply not fathom. They are behind all disorder in the world as master orchestrators.
My point is simply that if Obama were to speak to the American public today and say, "My fellow Americans, I want to bring up a very important topic not often discussed, in fact, never discussed openly between government and the American people. And that is, foreign policy and Israel. We as a nation can no longer stand in support for Israel as it is counterproductive and hurting the United States as a nation." He would be dealt with.
No American president questions the destructive foreign policy of being in unconditional support for Israel. They are not allowed.
Political figures are very careful about this. Even honest politicans such as Ron Paul will bring up the destructive foreign policy being fully aware that our unconditional support for Israel is dangerous; however, he will never mention Israel because it would destroy his political career.
So as I said, in the world, you can question government, leadership, and God, but dare not question Zionism.
Make note that when I say Zionism, I don't mean the Jewish majority. Zionism consists of men of no religion. They care not for the Jews as if they did, they would not cloak themselves behind Judaism.
I believe that in time the ATS forum will be wholly aware of what Zionism is trying to achieve. But I'm afraid that when the time comes, one of two things may happen to ATS:
#1 It will be shut down for unfounded claims of anti-semitism.
#2 It will be dubbed and publicly considered a 'hate' site thus drastically minimizing traffic.
[edit on 13-1-2010 by ProWrestler_Joe]